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Violence Prevention and Intervention
Since Lewis House opened its doors in 1979, more than 65,000 survivors of domestic violence have benefited from its safety, support and advocacy services, with help provided to over 2,000 women and children annually. Trained advocates offer emotional support, safety planning, referrals to community resources and help in navigating the court system.
Violence Prevention Education and Outreach
Lewis House advocates partner with schools, faith communities, service organizations and businesses to raise awareness about teen dating violence, bullying, date/acquaintance rape, sexual assault and harassment and the effects and prevalence of domestic violence. Advocates also teach younger students about peacemaking and conflict resolution, developing skills that stop violence before it starts, teaching boys to value and respect women and girls.
Sexual Assault Services
360 Communities trains advocates to help sexual assault survivors regain their sense of safety and cope with the physical and emotional trauma they have experienced. Advocates answer questions and provide support as survivors navigate the legal system and medical examinations. We also provide support and services to family members and friends of sexual assault victims.
Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault Services Advocacy Training
Do you want to make a difference in the lives of sexual assault or domestic abuse survivors? Sign up for our advocacy training sessions here.
Read more about Lewis House's history.
For confidential 24/7 help, call our Lewis House in Eagan at 651.452.7288 or Lewis House in Hastings at 651.437.1291.